2019 ICCH Exibitors
AHA Team Training strives to make teams of experts into expert teams. Using a
variety of approaches, we support change initiatives to help educate, convene,
and shape health care organizations to provide safer team-based care. We use
evidence-based tools for optimizing patient outcomes by improving communication
and teamwork among health care professionals. Housed within the American
Hospital Association’s Center for Health Innovation, we work to create a society
of healthy communities where all individuals can reach their highest potential for
health. AHA Team Training does this through courses, webinars, an annual national
conference, and community support and engagement.
The Institute for Healthcare Advancement (IHA) is a nonprofit public charity with the
mission of “empowering people to better health”. IHA produces an Annual Health
Literacy Conference and hosts an informational clearing house website,
www.healthliteracysolutions.org, for discussions, community building, and health
literacy solutions. IHA publishes the easy to read, easy to use What To Do For Health
book series, a peer-reviewed, open access journal “Health Literacy: Research To
Practice” and provides health literacy communication training and consulting services.
Published quarterly by Wisconsin-based health system Aurora Health Care, Journal
of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews is a peer-reviewed medical journal devoted
to improving patient outcomes and care experiences. Fully open access with no
author or reader fees, JPCRR articles are read worldwide and indexed in PubMed
Central, Directory of Open Access Journals and Google Scholar. The journal’s diverse,
multidisciplinary editorial board allows for original submissions that cover a wide
range of primary and specialty research topics. Submit your work at aurora.org/jpcrr.
OET is the English language test for healthcare professionals. OET is widely
recognized as proof of English proficiency for registration, study and work in the
healthcare sector, as well as for visas in some countries.
The Value Institute for Health and Care at UT Austin is a joint endeavor of Dell
Medical School and the McCombs School for Business. The Institute accelerates
value-based health care transformations through education in value-based
care delivery and transformation strategy; translational research; new models
patient-centered care; and measurement guidance.
For questions, please contact Rachel Poarch at [email protected].
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